No matter how many technological advances are made in cars the automakers still struggle with parcel shelves. It seems that our car can’t make a trip to the tip or supermarket without a string or bracket snapping off into the boot.
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The mass airflow meter is an air flow sensor, also known as a MAF sensor and is an integral component of a vehicle’s electric engine management system. It can be found in the plastic housing between the engine and air filter. The role of an air flow sensor is to measure the volume and density of air entering the engine. If your air flow sensor is defective it can lead to a variety of engine related problems which restricts engine performance.
Modern vehicles are equipped with a wealth of technology including sensors and electronic systems to help make driving your car easier, more pleasurable and most importantly safer.
At some point you will encounter an engine problem. After all a problem now and again is part and parcel of the car ownership experience. No amount of engine maintenance and TLC will be able to prevent some problems but spending time looking out for your motor will help eliminate others.
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Are you breaking into a sweat trying to turn your wheel or has it completely locked up? If so you may have a fault with your power steering system. We’ve put this guide together to help diagnose some of the more common power steering problems which you can check for yourself on the driveway or with the assistance of a professional in a garage or workshop.
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Give your car a pat on the bonnet for making it through the winter. Harsh weather, salt, grit, potholes and perhaps a bit of neglect have been overcome and it’s now time to give your pride and joy a well-earned and long overdue spring clean.
Here is a guide to get you started
The annual MOT test strikes as much fear into motorists as a check up with dentist. DVSA figures reveal that 40% of cars fail the first MOT attempt so maybe this fear is understandable. We’re here to ease your worries and get you sailing through your MOT as we highlight some of the most popular fails and how you can overcome these ahead of your test. After all, of the 40% of first time fails almost half of the faults leading to failure could be avoided. As the old saying goes “fail to prepare, prepare to fail”.
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